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GPS Alumni Shining at the highest college level

By Sean Geoghegan , 09/13/17, 1:15PM EDT

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GPS Alumni shining at the highest college level

Global Premier Soccer alumni player Daniel Munch is proving his worth at the highest collegiate level. The former GPS NPL player is now plying his trade for Division 1 powerhouse Northeastern University.

The Freshman from Burlington Massachusetts has started every game so far this season including starts against Cal and the #1 ranked Stanford. Daniel also played a massive role in the Huskies 2-1 win over the #12 ranked team University of Massachusetts Lowell in front of a record crowd of 2,000 people.

Northeastern University Head Coach Chris Gbandi said;  “The GPS guys should be very proud their boy Munch really has been a huge hit for us so far. He started and play close to 70mins against both Cal and #1 Stanford on our West Coast trip”.

Munch played for GPS Coaches Steve Schechter, Alex Brame, Peter Bradley and Matt Hardiman and played his school soccer at BB&N under Coach Jesse Sarzana.